Live At Leeds: In The Park has confirmed its first wave of acts for 2023, with Two Door Cinema Club headlining an exciting initial bill.
The indie and alternative music celebration will be held at Leeds’ Temple Newsam Park on Saturday, May 27th.
Northern Irish indie icons Two Door Cinema Club lead the charge as next year’s headliners, offering a stacked discography of five vibrant albums, from 2010’s genre-defining ‘Tourist History’ to their recent 2022 effort, ‘Keep On Smiling’. Dork’s 3-star review described this latest LP as, “a bold new record that sustains the appeal of their journey to date but focuses momentum on the future”.
Current Dork cover stars The Big Moon have also been confirmed to appear at the summer event, hopefully bringing forth exciting new tunes from their “triumphant third effort”, ‘Here Is Everything’. The album documents the band’s journey through a turbulent introduction to parenthood, as they shared in the recent cover feature.
Buzzy Brighton four-piece Black Honey are set to balance out the day with some hefty rock tones following their headline showing at Dork’s imminent and sold-out Halloween event. Elsewhere, CMAT’s country-pop stylings promise to offer an alternative but equally-gleeful atmosphere.
Everything Everything, Lime Cordiale, and Brooke Combe appear on the bill, too – check out Live At Leeds: In The Park’s initial line-up announcement in full below:
Tickets will be available here from 10am this Friday, October 28th.